Acclaimed writer Iain Sinclair to read from latest work, at University of Kent

British writer and film maker Iain Sinclair will be reading from his recent book Ghost Milk when he appears at the University on Tuesday 16 October.

Appearing as part of the School of English Creative Writing Tuesday Readings series, Iain Sinclair will begin his reading at 6pm in the Darwin College Staff Common Room at Kent’s Canterbury campus. Entry to the event, which is open to the public, costs £2 at the door.

Amy Sackville, a School of English lecturer in creative writing, said: ‘We’re incredibly excited to have Iain Sinclair. He’ll be reading from and talking about his recent book Ghost Milk, and also discussing the influence of Charles Olson on his work.
‘This is a fantastic opportunity to hear from one of the most influential, iconoclastic writers around.’

Iain Sinclair has written poetry, novels and non-fiction. His books include London Orbital, Lights Out for the Territory, and HackneyThat Rose-Red Empire.